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Dec 7, 2013 12:00am PST
back from law-abiding citizens. in the first place, the constitution allows them to have it. but while i may not be able to do everything, what can we do to keep guns out of the hands of mentally ill people? i don't care whether you're conservative or liberal or anywhere in between. everybody will agree, guns do not belong in the hands of mentally ill people. >> what does it say about a great country like america, the great super power of the world, here we are a year after 20 elementary school children were literally blown to pieces in their classrooms and the president stood there a few days later and said i will take action. here we are a year later and absolutely nothing has been done, nothing. >> yeah. >> no background checks brought in. no ban on assault weapons, no ban on high capacity magazines, nobody in washington has done anything to try to prevent this happening again. what does that tell you about the state of the debate about this, never mind anything else? >> yeah, i don't know -- i don't know how they are going to attack it politically. i do know as a pastor, i have to
Dec 4, 2013 9:00pm PST
action done on guns. as we sit here, he failed. nothing has been done to change any federal gun law in light of what happened. how do you feel as one of the parents about that? >> i don't think he failed. he has been very supportive along with the vice president towards the families of newtown. >> words enough from the leader of your country. do you not want to see some legacy come out of this which actually goes some way to try to prevent it happening again? >> i do. it's not just a gun issue. there many things that have to change to make this change and to make this country a safer country. people have said it's not a gun issue. it's not gun violence. it's mental health issue. it's gun violence. it happened with a gun. mental health is a big part of it. there many aspects that have to be addressed down to the school security. looking at the report that came out from the state's attorney. adam was clearly somebody who had problems. how could you have identified him and gotten him more help? the way he lived, the way his room was described and shown, his mother should have picked up
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